Magic at the Maxwell

Magic at the Maxwell

Locally-owned, the Maxwell Hotel is quintessential Seattle — fun, funky and totally fido friendly! ...

Jupiter Hotel

Jupiter Hotel

Once a mid-century motor lodge, the completely renovated Jupiter Hotel has been transformed into a...

Hotel 1000

Hotel 1000

Whether you and Fido are visiting Seattle for the first time, or enjoying a “staycation” Hotel 1000...

Sentinel: Historic Luxury

Sentinel: Historic Luxury

At the Sentinel, the mantra is “Make It So.” What does this mean? It means, when you stay at the...

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    Magic at the Maxwell

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    Jupiter Hotel

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    Hotel 1000

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    Sentinel: Historic Luxury

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Pampered Pups cont'd

Here are a few more of our favorite deluxe digs; places that go above and beyond for you and your four-legged travel companion.
Written by Brandie Ahlgren | Maxwell Hotel photo by Jamie Pflughoeft. All other images by J. Nichole Smith.
  Maxwell Hotel
The Maxwell Hotel is quintessential Seattle—fun, funky and totally fido friendly. Located at the base of Queen Anne, north of downtown, its proximity to Myrtle Edwards Park, the Olympic Sculpture Garden, and  Seattle landmarks like the Space Needle and Seattle Center, the Maxwell is perfect for two- and four-legged travel hounds. 

300 Roy Street
Seattle, Wash.
Rates start at $159

To read more about the Maxwell Hotel, click here.
  Hotel Lucia
“Stay here. Be calm.” is the motto at Hotel Lucia, located in Portland, Ore. and that goes for pooches too. To aid in this endeavor is a plush dog bed, water and food bowls, kibble, rawhide, scoopers and bottled water waiting for your pooch upon check-in.

400 SW Broadway
Portland, Oregon
Rates start at $159
Pet Fee: $45
  Sorrento Hotel
Seattle’s iconic Sorrento Hotel evokes a sense of old world charm, when men wore top hats and women wore evening gowns. This 100-year-old boutique hotel is an elegant gateway to a bygone era and the royal treatment extends to furry guests too, with in-room amenities that include an orthopedic foam dog bed, treats, and water and food bowls.

900 Madison Street
Seattle, Wash.
Rates start at $155
Pet Fee: $60
  W Seattle
The W is a welcome retreat from the hustle and bustle of downtown Seattle just outside its doors. The comforts extend to canines with a plush dog bed, ceramic bowl, baggies, toys, two bottles of Fiji water, and a signature W dog treat of peanut buttery goodness, made by the W’s own executive chef Adam Stevenson.

1112 4th Ave., Seattle
Rates start at $159
Pet Fee: $25/night

To read more about the W, click here.
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